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Platform help for web developers

Opera has recently changed its license for usage of Opera Dragonfly, from BSD to Apache 2.0. The Apache 2.0 license includes a patent policy promise that allows people to use Opera Dragonfly or Scope regardless of patents held by Opera Software.

tech reviews Updated: May 11, 2010 18:25 IST

Opera has recently changed its license for usage of Opera Dragonfly, from BSD to Apache 2.0. The Apache 2.0 license includes a patent policy promise that allows people to use Opera Dragonfly or Scope regardless of patents held by Opera Software or any other contributor. Opera’s Scope protocol is used for communication between the Opera browser and Opera Dragonfly.

Opera Dragonfly allows you to develop more quickly and easily by providing tools to debug your JavaScript and to inspect the DOM, CSS, network traffic and data stores. Developing sites for mobile phones is also easier with Opera Dragonfly’s built-in remote debugging. Opera Dragonfly is the first Opera initiated open source project, hosted on BitBucket service.

To learn more about Opera Dragonfly visit http://www.opera.com/dragonfly/. Get Opera 10.53 beta for Linux and FreeBSD at http://www·.opera.com·/browser/n·ext/.

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